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Brothers Michael and Jason Visenberg present Viseland. Your go to place for all things Visenberg! Join the brothers and their guests as they discuss basketball, comedy and life!
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Ranking NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player Award Winners 2011-2021

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Best NBA Prep to Pro Players (1995-2005)
Starting in 1995 we entered the Prep to Pro era of the NBA where players from high school were going directly in to the NBA. After 2005 the NBA changed the rules and players needed to be 1 year removed from high school. Journey back down memory lane as we look back and rank the 10 best players to go from high school to the NBA. 10. Lou Williams, South Gwinnett HS (GA) 9. Rashard Lewis, Alief Elsik HS (TX) 8. Tyson Chandler, Compton Dominguez HS (CA) 7. Jermaine O’Neal, Eau Claire HS (SC) 6. Amar’e Stoudemire, Cypress Creek HS (FL) 5. Dwight Howard, Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy (GA) 4. Tracy McGrady, Mt. Zion Christian Academy (NC) 3. Kevin Garnett, Farragut Career Academy (IL) 2. Kobe Bryant, Lower Merion HS (PA) 1. LeBron James, St. Vincent-St. Mary HS (OH) To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:30:37
May 5, 2021
NBA Players Who Transferred in College - Examining the Transfer Portal 2021
With the Transfer Portal being all the rage we take a look at the players currently in the NBA who have transferred while in college from 1 4 year school to another (so not JUCO players). We examine whether it was an up, down or parallel transfer and the effect it had on their NBA/NBA Draft outlook. Current NBA Transfer Players:  Khem Birch, Toronto (Pittsburgh to UNLV) Keljin Blevins, Portland (Southern Mississippi to Montana State) Brandon Clarke, Memphis (San Jose State to Gonzaga) Jordan Clarkson, Utah (Tulsa to Missouri) Seth Curry, Philadelphia (Liberty to Duke) Nate Darling, Charlotte (UAB to Delaware) Damyean Dotson, Cleveland (Oregon to Houston) Malachi Flynn, Toronto (Washington State to San Diego State) Anthony Gill, Washington (South Carolina to Virginia) Freddie Gillespie, Toronto (Carleton (DIII) to Baylor) Brandon Goodwin, Atlanta (Central Florida to Florida Gulf Coast) Jalen Harris, Toronto (Louisiana Tech to Nevada) Rodney Hood, Toronto (Mississippi State to Duke) Danuel House, Houston (Houston to Texas A&M) Elijah Hughes, Utah (East Carolina to Syracuse) DaQuan Jeffries, Houston (Oral Roberts to Western Texas to Tulsa) Cameron Johnson, Phoenix (Pittsburgh to North Carolina) Damion Lee, Golden State (Drexel to Louisville) Caleb Martin, Charlotte (NC State to Nevada) Cody Martin, Charlotte (NC State to Nevada) TJ McConnell, Indiana (Duquesne to Arizona) Abdel Nader (Northern Illinois to Iowa State) Kendrick Nunn, Miami (Illinois to Oakland) Semi Ojeleye, Boston (Duke to SMU) Royce O’Neale, Utah (Denver to Baylor) Eric Paschall, Golden State (Fordham to Villanova) Duncan Robinson, Miami (Williams to Michigan) Max Strus, Miami (Lewis University to DePaul) Rayjon Tucker, Philadelphia (Florida Gulf Coast to Arkansas Little Rock) Derrick White, San Antonio (Colorado-Colorado Springs to Colorado) Also listen to the podcast wherever you listen to podcasts! https://anchor.fm/viseland To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:17:49
April 28, 2021
Nike Hoop Summit Recap 2012-2019
Every year in Portland, Oregon 12 of the best high school players in the USA take on 12 of the best under 19 players in the world. This game has given us first glimpses of a lot of future NBA stars. Michael Visenberg goes over his initial thoughts and impressions of the Nike Hoop Summit games he has covered from 2012-2019. Some Notable Players Nerlens Noel (6th pick 2013) Shabazz Muhammad (14th pick 2013) Archie Goodwin (29th pick 2013) Gary Harris (19th pick 2014) Mitch McGary (21st pick 2014) Kyle Anderson (30th pick 2014) Anthony Bennett (1st pick 2013) Andrew Wiggins (1st pick 2014) Dario Saric (12th pick 2014) Dennis Schroder (17th pick 2013) Sergey Karasev (19th pick 2013) Livio Jean Charles (28th pick 2013) Joel Embiid (3rd pick 2014) Dante Exum (5th pick 2014) Karl-Anthony Towns (1st pick 2015) Jahlil Okafor (3rd pick 2015) Stanley Johnson (8th pick 2015) Justise Winslow (10th pick 2015) Myles Turner (11th pick 2015) Kelly Oubre Jr. (15th pick 2015) Tyus Jones (24th pick 2015) Clint Capela (25th pick 2014) Damien Inglis (31st pick 2014) Nikola Jokic (41st pick 2014) Karl-Anthony Towns (1st pick 2015) Emmanuel Mudiay (7th pick 2015) Trey Lyles (12th pick 2015) Jamal Murray (7th pick 2016) Svi Mykhailiuk (47th pick 2018) Brandon Ingram (2nd pick 2016) Jaylen Brown (3rd pick 2016) Stephen Zimmerman (41st pick 2016) Luke Kennard (12th pick 2017) Caleb Swanigan (26th pick 2017) Ivan Rabb (35th pick 2017) Jalen Brunson (33rd pick 2018) Ben Simmons (1st pick 2016) Thon Maker (10th pick 2016) Skal Labissiere (28th pick 2016) Cheick Diallo (33rd pick 2016) Markelle Fultz (1st pick 2017) Jayson Tatum (3rd pick 2017) Josh Jackson (4th pick 2017) De’Aaron Fox (5th pick 2017) Jonathan Isaac (6th pick 2017) Harry Giles, DNP (20th pick 2017) Terrance Ferguson (21st pick 2017) Jarrett Allen (22nd pick 2017) Frank Jackson (31st pick 2017) Payton Pritchard (26th pick 2020) DeAndre Ayton (1st pick 2018) Jaren Jackson, Jr. (4th pick 2018) Mohamed Bamba (6th pick 2018) Wendell Carter, Jr. (7th pick 2018) Collin Sexton (8th pick 2018) Kevin Knox II (9th pick 2018) Michael Porter, Jr. (14th pick 2018) Troy Brown, Jr. (15th pick 2018) Gary Trent, Jr. (37th pick 2018) Jarred Vanderbilt (41st pick 2018) saiah Hartenstein (43rd pick 2017) Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (11th pick 2018) RJ Barrett (3rd pick 2019) Nickeil Alexander-Walker (17th pick 2019) Luguentz Dort (Undrafted 2019) Lindell Wigginton (Undrafted 2019) Nick Richards (42nd pick 2020) Bol Bol (44th pick 2019) Tyler Herro (13th pick 2019) Darius Garland (5th pick 2019) Cameron Reddish (10th pick 2019) RJ Barrett (3rd pick 2019) Ignas Brazdeikis (47th pick 2019) Jaylen Hoard (Undrafted 2019) Josh Green (18th pick 2020) Leandro Bolmaro (23rd pick 2020) James Wiseman (2nd pick 2020) Isaac Okoro (5th pick 2020) Cole Anthony (15th pick 2020) Isaiah Stewart (16th pick 2020) Tyrese Maxey (21st pick 2020) Vernon Carey, Jr. (32nd pick 2020) Precious Achiuwa (20th pick 2020) Nico Mannion (47th pick 2020)
01:32:23
April 21, 2021
Ranking NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player Award Winners 2011-2021
Now that this years March Madness is in the rear view mirror we take a look back and rank the last 10 NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player Award Winners. Take a look as we stroll down memory lane and look at how these players performed in college and looked as NBA Draft prospects/players. 10. Luke Hancock, Louisville 2013 9. Joel Berry, North Carolina 2017 8. Kyle Guy, Virginia 2019 7. Ryan Arcidiacono, Villanova 2016 6. Shabazz Napier, UConn 2014 5. Jared Butler, Baylor 2021 4. Tyus Jones, Duke 2015 3. Donte DiVincenzo, Villanova 2018 2. Kemba Walker, UConn 2011 1. Anthony Davis, Kentucky 2012 Check out Michael on the Trailcasters- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-trailcasters-nba-trail-blazers-podcast/id1279121371 To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:14:52
April 14, 2021
Viseland 2021 NBA Mock Draft Picks 15-30- March 2021 Edition
Last week on the show we covered the lottery which you can check out here-https://youtu.be/CW4KDr3rgyo  1. Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma State, Houston Rockets 2. Evan Mobley, USC, Oklahoma City Thunder 3. Jalen Suggs, Gonzaga, Orlando Magic 4. Jalen Green, G League Ignite, Toronto Raptors 5. Jonathan Kuminga, G League Ignite, Golden State Warriors (from Minnesota Timberwolves) 6. Keon Johnson, Tennessee, Detroit Pistons 7. Franz Wagner, Michigan, Cleveland Cavaliers 8. Moses Moody, Arkansas, Washington Wizards 9. Scottie Barnes, Florida State, Orlando Magic (from Chicago Bulls) 10. Jaden Springer, Tennessee, New Orleans Pelicans 11. Corey Kispert, Gonzaga, Indiana Pacers 12. Kai Jones, Texas, Sacramento Kings 13. Ziaire Williams, Stanford, Golden State Warriors 14. Jalen Johnson, Duke, Memphis Grizzlies Now we're giving you picks 15-30:  15. Tre Mann, Florida, Atlanta Hawks 16. James Bouknight, UConn, Boston Celtics 17. Josh Giddey, Adelaide 36ers, Miami Heat 18. Davion Mitchell, Baylor, New York Knicks 19. Usman Garuba, Real Madrid, Charlotte Hornets 20. Alperen Sengun, Besiktas, San Antonio Spurs 21. Isaiah Jackson, Kentucky, New York Knicks (from Dallas Mavericks) 22. Roko Prkacin, Cibona, Houston Rockets (from Portland Trail Blazers) 23. Chris Duarte, Oregon, Denver Nuggets 24. Sharife Cooper, Auburn, Houston Rockets (from Milwaukee Bucks) 25. Jared Butler, Baylor, Los Angeles Lakers 26. Josh Christopher, Arizona State, Los Angeles Clippers 27. Greg Brown III, Texas, Philadelphia 76ers 28. Miles McBride, West Virginia, Brooklyn Nets 29. Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, Villanova, Phoenix Suns 30. Brandon Boston Jr., Kentucky, Utah Jazz For more great draft content also check out our friends at https://www.prospectiveinsight.com/ and https://www.rookiescale.com/ To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:06:05
April 7, 2021
Viseland 2021 NBA Lottery Mock Draft- March 2021 Edition
March Madness is underway, so we look forward to the 2021 NBA Draft. Michael gives his current mock lottery. Using Tankathon- http://www.tankathon.com/ to simulate a lottery and took it from there:  1. Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma State, Houston Rockets 2. Evan Mobley, USC, Oklahoma City Thunder 3. Jalen Suggs, Gonzaga, Orlando Magic 4. Jalen Green, G League Ignite, Toronto Raptors 5. Jonathan Kuminga, G League Ignite, Golden State Warriors (from Minnesota Timberwolves) 6. Keon Johnson, Tennessee, Detroit Pistons 7. Franz Wagner, Michigan, Cleveland Cavaliers 8. Moses Moody, Arkansas, Washington Wizards 9. Scottie Barnes, Florida State, Orlando Magic (from Chicago Bulls) 10. Jaden Springer, Tennessee, New Orleans Pelicans 11. Corey Kispert, Gonzaga, Indiana Pacers 12. Kai Jones, Texas, Sacramento Kings 13. Ziaire Williams, Stanford, Golden State Warriors 14. Jalen Johnson, Duke, Memphis Grizzlies In addition we discuss the 2021 NCAA Tournament and the GEICO Nationals. Learn more about the GEICO Nationals on Pro Insight-https://www.prospectiveinsight.com/post/geicopreview To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook https://jvisenberg.com/ To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:14:13
March 31, 2021
2021 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16/Elite 8 Preview
After a crazy first weekend we dig and take a peak in to the sweet 16 and possible elite 8 matchups.  We also examine some players that have been playing strong in the NCAA Tournament as we start getting ready for the draft. Discuss the Kentucky players turning Pro and celebrate Chris Boucher signing an endorsement deal with Puma.  To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:07:04
March 24, 2021
Viseland 2021 NCAA Tournament Preview
March Madness in happening!!! After a year off the tournament is back and weirder then ever! Take a look as we work our way through the bracket to make our predictions! Make sure to come back next week when we go over all of the decisions we regret.  Also listen to the podcast wherever you listen to podcasts! https://anchor.fm/viseland To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:19:54
March 17, 2021
Ranking Wooden Award Winners 2011-2020
March Madness is here!!! Brackets are getting set and awards are being handed out. Take a trip down memory lane as we rank the last 10 Wooden Award Winners. 10 2011- Jimmer Fredette, BYU, SR 9 2017- Frank Mason Kansas, SR 8 2020- Obi Toppin Drayton, SO 7 2015- Frank Kaminsky Wisconsin, SR 6 2013- Trey Burke Michigan, SO 5 2018- Jalen Brunson Villanova, JR 4 2014- Doug McDermott Creighton, SR 3 2016- Buddy Hield, Oklahoma, SR 2 2019- Zion Williamson, Duke, FR 1 2012- Anthony Davis, Kentucky, FR To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram Also give some love to our friends at Prospective Insight- https://www.prospectiveinsight.com/
01:28:13
March 10, 2021
Viseland NBA Dunk Contest Spectacular!
NBA All-Star weekend is happening this week so we are taking a look at some NBA Dunk Contests past and Present. We go over: 5 Active Players We Would Like To See in the Dunk Contest 5 Best Dunk Contestants 3 Highflyers We Want in Contest-Active but not in the NBA at this moment 2021 NBA Draft Prospect Dunkers- Players to be on the lookout for in next years Dunk Contest Big Men Dunkers Who Were Slept On- Who were some Centers/PF's that would have brought something to the Dunk Contest To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:15:16
March 3, 2021
2021 NBA Awards-Mid Season Check In
Michael and Jason go over the newly released McDonald's All-American game rosters. They also take a look at the newly released NBA All-Star reserves. Now that a good amount of the season has elapsed they take a look at the awards races.  If there are some players you want to shout out for having a great season let us know in the comments! To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:04:56
February 24, 2021
Ten Best European Players in the NBA Today (2021)
Lots happening in the basketball world! Michael gives the latest on Jalen Johnson and G-League Ignite. The discussion of the week is ranking the 10 best European players in the NBA today! This is based on right now (2021) so it is not a reflection of total career achievement. 10. Bojan Bogdanovic - Utah Jazz 9. O.G. Anunoby - Toronto Raptors 8. Clint Capela - Houston Rockets 7. Kristaps Porzingis - Dallas Mavericks 6. Nikola Vucevic - Orlando Magic 5. Domantas Sabonis - Indiana Pacers 4. Rudy Gobert Stick around to see how we ranked: Nikola Jokic - Denver Nuggets Luka Doncic - Dallas Mavericks Giannis Antetokounmpo - Milwaulkie Bucks Let us know how you feel about the players. To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:26:07
February 17, 2021
Great Basketball Late Bloomers-Remembering Tom Konchalski
The basketball community had a sad loss with the passing of Tom Konchalski. A true legend of the game and has championed for generations of players. With Tom in mind we take a look at some great basketball late bloomers. Learn more about the stories of how some of the games greatest players got to the league. We take a look at the paths of: Tim Duncan Tracy McGrady Dwyane Wade Paul Millsap Russell Westbrook Stephen Curry Jimmy Butler Anthony Davis Damian Lillard Markelle Fultz Also Michael goes over the G-League Ignite tip-off-https://www.prospectiveinsight.com/post/ignite-roundtable Learn more about Tom Konchalski and his contributions to basketball: https://www.nba.com/news/tom-konchalski-dies-at-74   https://vimeo.com/293217533   https://grantland.com/features/hockumentary-tom-konchalski/   https://twitter.com/n_eavenson/status/1358942514791796747   https://twitter.com/abovethebreak3/status/1358922960074063880   https://twitter.com/Andrew__Slater/status/1358896592229703683   https://twitter.com/carlberman/status/1359196639257268225   https://twitter.com/SethDavisHoops/status/1358970423375892483   https://twitter.com/ChrisPoPoola/status/1358925283148001281   https://twitter.com/AdamFinkelstein/status/1358887553932394506   https://twitter.com/trigonis30/status/1358954355366318085   https://twitter.com/AdamZagoria/status/1358893050748141569   https://twitter.com/JeremyWoo/status/1358907896050900996   https://twitter.com/JustinDYoung/status/1358908126368460800   https://twitter.com/robjameshoops/status/1357736055747842048 https://www.espn.com/espnmag/story?id=3471118 To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:29:20
February 10, 2021
2021 NBA All-Star Predictions
Should the NBA have an All-Star game this season? Probably not, but since when have they taken our opinion. Since it looks like it's happening we give predictions for the teams. Once we go through the players we take it back to the playground and drafted our teams.  Jason Antetokounmpo-Visenberg's: Starters: Giannis Antetokounmpo Kevin Durant Damian Lillard Luka Doncic  Jaylen Brown Reserves: Trae Young  Damantas Sabonis Jayson Tatum Anthony Davis Zion Williamson  Rudy Gobert Donovan Mitchell  Lebron Michael James's- Starters: LeBron James Nikola Jokic Kawhi Leonard Joel Embiid  James Harden Reserves: Kyrie Irving Bam Adebayo Bradley Beal Khris Middleton  Devin Booker Paul George Stephen Curry Which team would you want to run with? Let us know!
01:05:30
February 3, 2021
Very Early 2021 NBA Lottery Mock Draft
We're still months away from the 2021 NBA Draft but we wanted to put some names on your radar! Using Tankathon (http://www.tankathon.com/) we simulated a lottery and made some picks. Lost can change between now and the time of the draft, so more mocks to come as we keep getting closer to the draft. 1. Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma State, Chicago Bulls 2. Evan Mobley, USC, Washington Wizards 3. Jalen Suggs, Gonzaga, Minnesota Timberwolves 4. Jonathan Kuminga, G-League Ignite, Charlotte Hornets 5. Jalen Green, G-League Ignite, Detroit Pistons 6. Keon Johnson, Tennessee, New Orleans Pelicans 7. Moses Moody, Arkansas, Oklahoma City Thunder 8. Corey Kispert, Gonzaga, Sacramento Kings 9. Scottie Barnes, Florida State, Oklahoma City Thunder 10. Jaden Springer, Tennessee, Toronto Raptors 11. James Bouknight, UConn, Houston Rockets 12. Ziaire Williams, Stanford, Orlando Magic 13. Sharife Cooper, Auburn, New York Knicks 14. Jalen Johnson,  Duke, San Antonio For great videos also visit our friends at Pro Insight (https://www.prospectiveinsight.com/) Watch us on YouTube here. To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:32:36
January 27, 2021
2020-2021 NBA Rookie Check-In Part 2
After a power outage last week we are back to check in on some more rookies!  We check-in on the early season of:  Tyrese Maxey, Philadelphia Payton Pritchard, Boston Cole Anthony, Orlando Desmond Bane, Memphis Xavier Tillman Sr., Memphis Precious Achiuwa, Miami Immanuel Quickley, New York Devin Vassell, San Antonio We also discuss the James Harden trade and discuss how awesome Chris Boucher is playing this season!  To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:06:29
January 20, 2021
2020-2021 NBA Rookie Check-In
The 2020-2021 season has begun so we go and check in on some of the top rookie performers.  LaMelo Ball, Charlotte Tyrese Haliburton, Sacramento Anthony Edwards, Minnesota James Wiseman, Golden State Patrick Williams, Chicago Deni Avdija, Washington Tyrese Maxey, Philadelphia To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
52:30
January 13, 2021
How the 2019 Draft Class looks as second year players (not named Zion or Ja)
We all know the trajectory for the careers of Ja Morant and Zion Williams, but what about some of the other players from the 2019 NBA Draft Class? We take a look at 10 NBA "Sophomore's" and take a look back at how they were looked at as prospects and what the future holds in store!  Get to know the players:  RJ Barrett, Knicks Darius Garland, Cavs Keldon Johnson, Spurs De’Andre Hunter, Hawks Coby White, Bulls Tyler Herro, Heat Luguentz Dort, Thunder Cameron Johnson, Suns PJ Washington, Hornets Brandon Clarke, Grizzlies Also discussion on Payton Pritchard and Pro Oregon Duck players! To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:23:56
January 9, 2021
10 Future NBA All-Stars
In this episode we take a look at 10 players who have a chance at future All-Stars. Players are ranked 1-10 based on likelihood of making an All-Star in the 2020-2021 season. Also includes discussion of NBA Christmas games and the start of the season. 1. Zion Williamson, Pelicans  2. Jamal Murray, Nuggets 3. Ja Morant, Memphis 4. De’Aaron Fox, Kings 5. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Thunder  6. Jaylen Brown, Celtics 7. DeAndre Ayton, Suns 8. Jaren Jackson Jr., Grizzlies 9. Zach LaVine, Bulls 10. CJ McCollum, Blazers Let us know who you feel has All-Star Potential!  Watch us on Youtube To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:27:56
December 30, 2020
Viseland Early 2020-2021 Season All-American Predictions
College basketball season is in swing, so we give you a list of players to keep an eye on for All-American consideration. ACC   Sam Hauser, Virginia Matt Hurt, Duke Carlik Jones, Louisville   American   Kendric Davis, SMU Quentin Grimes, Houston   Atlantic 10   Jalen Crutcher, Dayton Jordan Goodwin, St. Louis Nah’Shon “Bones” Hyland, VCU Tre Mitchell, UMass   Big East   James Bouknight, UConn Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, Villanova Paul Scruggs, Xavier Marcus Zegarowski, Creighton   Big Ten   Marcus Carr, Minnesota Ayo Dosunmu, Illinois Luka Garza, Iowa Ron Harper Jr., Rutgers Aaron Henry, Michigan St. Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana   Big 12   Ochai Agbaji, Kansas Jared Butler, Baylor Matt Coleman, Texas Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma St. Miles McBride, West Virginia Davion Mitchell, Baylor Austin Reaves, Oklahoma   Conference USA   Charles Bassey, Western Kentucky Taevion Kinsey, Marshall   MAC Loren Christian Jackson, Akron Jason Preston, Ohio   Mountain West   Matt Mitchell, San Diego St.   Pac-12   Oscar Da Silva, Stanford Remy Martin, Arizona St. Evan Mobley, USC Eugene Omoruyi, Oregon   SEC   Trendon Watford, LSU   Sun Belt   DeVonte’ Jones, Coastal Carolina   WCC   Corey Kispert, Gonzaga Colbey Ross, Pepperdine Jalen Suggs, Gonzaga Drew Timme, Gonzaga   All-American 1st Team   C Luka Garza F Corey Kispert G Ayo Dosunmu G Jared Butler G Jalen Suggs All-American 2nd Team   C Evan Mobley C Drew Timme F Ron Harper Jr. G James Bouknight G Cade Cunningham   All-American 3rd Team   C Trayce Jackson-Davis F Jeremiah Robinson-Earl G Miles McBride G Davion Mitchell G Marcus Carr   All-Freshman 1st Team   C Evan Mobley G Moses Moody G Cam Thomas G Cade Cunningham G Jalen Suggs We also want to shout out our friends at Prospective Insight! Check them out: https://www.prospectiveinsight.com/ To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:16:06
December 23, 2020
2020-2021 NBA Preview
Taking a look forward to the 2020-2021 NBA Season. We break down who we think are the award winners and playoff teams.    To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland   To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook   To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:55:31
December 16, 2020
Ten NCAA Players to know for 2021 NBA Draft Part 2
With College basketball in full force, we give you another 10 NCAA players to keep an eye on. Also stick around as we talk about UCLA signing with Nike/Jordan Brand and Oregon Basketball.    Here are the players we're taking a look at this week:  Moses Moody FR Arkansas  James Boughknight SO UConn  Corey Kispert SR Gonzaga  Charles Bassey JR Western Kentucky  Jared Butler JR Baylor  Drew Timme SO Gonzaga  Scottie Lewis SO Florida  Keyonte Johnson JR Florida  Keon Johnson FR Tennesee  Franz Wagner SO Michigan   To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland   To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook   To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:19:56
December 9, 2020
Ten NCAA Players to know for 2021 NBA Draft
College Basketball is back for the 2020-2021 season! It's a little early to start going crazy with rankings and big boards, so we're going to present you with 10 players you should know for this NCAA season. Learn what these players bring to the table and what their NBA prospects are.   Players we're going over:   Jalen Johnson  Brandon Boston Jr.  Terrence Clarke  Greg Brown  Jeremiah Robinson-Earl  Trayce Jackson-Davis  Luka Garza  Jason Preston  Marcus Bagley  Ayo Dosunmu To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland
01:13:15
December 2, 2020
2020 NBA Draft Recap & 2020-2021 Season Outlook
Now that the 2020 NBA draft is done we take a look through each teams outlook for the 2020-2021 season. We take a look at how teams drafted, traded and got free agents. How does your favorite team look?   To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland   To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook   To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
02:04:41
November 25, 2020
Viseland 2020 NBA Mock Draft
In preparation of the 2020 NBA Draft we give you our final mock draft!    1.  Anthony Edwards, Minnesota Timberwolves 2.  James Wiseman, Golden State Warriors 3.  LaMelo Ball, Charlotte Hornets 4.  Onyeka Okongwu, Chicago Bulls 5.  Obi Toppin, Cleveland Cavaliers 6.  Deni Avdija, Atlanta Hawks 7.  Patrick Williams, Detroit Pistons 8.  Tyrese Haliburton, New York Knicks 9.  Isaac Okoro, Washington Wizards 10.  Kira Lewis, Jr., Phoenix Suns 11.  Devin Vassell, San Antonio Spurs 12.  Killian Hayes, Sacramento Kings 13.  Saddiq Bey, New Orleans Hornets 14.  Jalen Smith, Boston Celtics 15.  Tyrese Maxey, Orlando Magic 16.  Aleksej Pokusevski, Houston Rockets 17.  Precious Achiuwa, Minnesota Timberwolves 18.  Josh Green, Dallas Mavericks 19.  R.J. Hampton, Brooklyn Nets 20.  Theo Maledon, Miami Heat 21.  Aaron Nesmith, Philadelphia 76ers 22.  Cole Anthony, Denver Nuggets 23.  Vernon Carey Jr., Utah Jazz 24.  Desmond Bane, Milwaukee Bucks 25.  Tyrell Terry, Oklahoma City Thunder 26.  Leandro Bolmaro, Boston Celtics 27.  Malachi Flynn, New York Knicks 28.  Jaden McDaniels, Oklahoma City Thunder 29.  Jayden Scrubb, Toronto Raptors 30.  Xavier Tillman, Boston Celtics To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland   To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook   To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:48:03
November 17, 2020
Curbing Your Draft Enthusiasm: Analyzing the outcomes of the 2003-2013 NBA Drafts
Going in to every NBA Draft fans and team all carry a great deal of optimism that they're adding a future star to their team. Taking a look back through the drafts from 2003-2013 we take a look at how many Championship Centerpieces, Future Hall of Famers, Contending Pieces, Contending Role Players and just good old NBA role players have come during this span.   To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland  To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook  To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
02:00:28
November 11, 2020
Viseland 2020 NBA Mock Draft 2.0
Michael Visenberg provides his latest mock draft and provides insight on the latest athletic testing results. Check out the Mock Draft: 1. LaMelo Ball, Minnesota Timberwolves 2. James Wiseman, Golden State Warriors 3. Anthony Edwards, Charlotte Hornets 4. Deni Avdija, Chicago Bulls 5. Obi Toppin, Cleveland Cavaliers 6. Killian Hayes, Atlanta Hawks 7. Onyeka Okongwu, Detroit Pistons 8. Tyrese Haliburton, New York Knicks 9. Isaac Okoro, Washington Wizards 10. Kira Lewis Jr., Phoenix Suns 11. Patrick Williams, San Antonio Spurs 12. Devin Vassell, Sacramento Kings 13. Aaron Nesmith, New Orleans Pelicans 14. Tyrese Maxey, Boston Celtics 15. R.J. Hampton, Orlando Magic 16. Saddiq Bey, Portland Trail Blazers 17. Aleksej Pokusevski, Minnesota Timberwolves 18. Desmond Bane, Dallas Mavericks 19. Cole Anthony, Brooklyn Nets 20. Tyrell Terry, Miami Heat 21. Isaiah Joe, Philadelphia 76ers 22. Jalen Smith, Denver Nuggets 23. Precious Achiuwa, Utah Jazz 24. Malachi Flynn, Milwaukee Bucks 25. Tyler Bey, Oklahoma City Thunder 26. Josh Green, Boston Celtics 27. Theo Maledon, New York Knicks 28. Grant Riller, Los Angeles Lakers 29. Xavier Tillman, Toronto Raptors 30. Leandro Bolmaro, Boston Celtics To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:47:17
November 4, 2020
Ranking Siblings in the NBA Today
Michael is in Los Angeles for the first in person episode of Viseland ever! As brothers with a competitive spirit we rank the best siblings in the NBA today. We also look to answer the question who is better the younger or older brother? Steph and Seth Curry Pau and Mark Gasol Blake and Taylor Griffin Mychel and Klay Thompson Jerian and Jerami Grant Jrue, Justin and Aaron Holiday Kostas, Thanasis and Giannis Antetokounmpo Brook and Robin Lopez Marcus and Markieff Morris Goran and Zoran Dragić To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:12:25
October 28, 2020
2020-21 Pre Season Pac-12 Preview
With college basketball on the horizon we take an early look at the Pac-12 conference. Michael also recaps the 2020 Hoopseen West Preview Camp. If you want to learn more visit https://www.prospectiveinsight.com/ To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:45:07
October 21, 2020
Ranking LeBron James's 10 NBA Finals Appearances
In celebration of Lebron James being the first player to win NBA Finals MVP on 3 different teams we rank LeBron's 10 finals appearances. Take a look back over his career with Cleveland, Miami, Cleveland (again) and now the Los Angeles Lakers. Stroll down memory lane of his battles with San Antonio, Golden State, Oklahoma City, Dallas and against his former team the Miami Heat. Also see our thoughts on if LeBron will stick around to play with his son Bronny. To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:45:22
October 14, 2020
Reviewing the 2020 Nike Hoop Summit Team USA/2021 Draft Look Ahead
Taking a look at Team USA at the 2020 Nike Hoop Summit. Though the event did not take place this year, we discuss the players and give a look at how they are regarded as prospects for both college and the NBA Draft. Take a look at Team USA: Cade Cunningham Jalen Green Evan Mobley Zaire Williams Caleb Love Jalen Suggs Scottie Barnes Joshua Christopher Day’Ron Sharpe Adam Miller Jeremy Roach Walker Kessler To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:41:57
October 7, 2020
2020 NBA Offseason Outlook for Playoff teams and NBA Finals Preview
With the finals set with the Miami Heat vs the Los Angeles Lakers Jason and Michael provide a preview and give their predictions. In addition they go through the other playoff teams and give a preview in to their offseason outlooks. To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:49:21
September 30, 2020
2020 NBA Draft Second Rounders To Know
Jason and Michael go over some second round players you need to know about! Learn about: Malachi Flynn, San Diego State Grant Riller, Charleston Tyler Bey, Colorado Paul Reed, DePaul Zeke Nnaji, Arizona Vernon Carey Jr., Duke Killian Tillie, Gonzaga Isaiah Joe, Arkansas Ty-Shon Alexander, Creighton Payton Pritchard, Oregon Also hear about Payton Pritchards Prolific Oregon High School career and how he won more then Kevin Love. Learn about the time Michael played basketball with former Oregon Basketball star Aaron Brooks. Also check out our friends at Prospective Insight: https://www.prospectiveinsight.com To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:12:08
September 23, 2020
The 10 Best Second Round Picks and Undrafted players in the NBA Today (2020)
Jason and Michael rank the 10 best 2nd round and undrafted players in the NBA today. Also go over the exciting NBA Playoff action of the bubble. Also go over and breakdown Nathan Bittle and his commitment to the Oregon Ducks. To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:16:09
September 16, 2020
Top 3 Picks In the NBA That Were Traded 1999-2018
Taking a look back at picks in the top 3 of the NBA Draft that were traded between 1999-2018. This has occurred 10 times and there is a good chance it may happen in the 2020 NBA Draft. Listen to some analysis and history behind the trades. Most importantly talk about the winners and losers of these picks. To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:29:55
September 9, 2020
Viseland Full NBA First Round Mock Draft: What we would do V1
Jason and Michael go off their draft boards and go through the first round of the 2020 NBA Draft, this is V1 as there will be more changes as things change as we get closer to the draft. To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:28:46
September 2, 2020
Viseland NBA Lottery Mock Draft 1.0
Following the NBA draft lottery we give you the Viseland NBA Lottery Mock Draft. Here is a quick breakdown of the picks: 1.Anthony Edwards, Minnesota Timberwolves 2.LaMelo Ball, Golden State Warriors 3.James Wiseman, Charlotte Hornets 4.Deni Avdija, Chicago Bulls 5.Obi Toppin, Cleveland Cavaliers 6.Isaac Okoro, Atlanta Hawks 7.Killian Hayes, Detroit Pistons 8.Devin Vassell, New York Knicks 9.Onyeka Okongwu, Washington Wizards 10.Tyrese Haliburton, Phoenix Suns 11.Patrick Williams, San Antonio Spurs 12.Aleksej Pokusevski, Sacramento Kings 13.Kira Lewis Jr., New Orleans Pelicans 14.Tyrese Maxey, Boston Celtics Obviously a lot can happen between now and the draft so stay tuned for future mock drafts! To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:31:49
August 26, 2020
10 NBA Bubble Players Who Stood Out
Following the conclusion of the seeding games Jason and Michael discuss some players that had good showings in the bubble. What players do you think had a great bubble? Let us know in the comments. To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:23:29
August 19, 2020
End of One and Done in the NBA Draft
Discussing the end of One and Done in College Basketball. How would the drafts have looked from 2006-2015 if players would have been allowed to go from preps to pros. To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:56:46
August 12, 2020
The Best Player in Each NBA Draft from 2000-2009
Jason and Michael take a look back and discuss the best player of each draft from 2000-2009. This includes also evaluating how they were perceived as prospects. If you think there are any players missed, let us know in the comments. To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:35:02
August 5, 2020
Ranking the Projected Careers of NBA Number One Overall Picks from 2000-2009
Jason and Michael Visenberg Rank the projected career rankings of the Number one picks from 2000-2009. The decade that saw high school players get selected #1 early in the decade to only have a move to one and done later. 2009: Blake Griffin 2008: Derrick Rose 2007: Greg Oden 2006: Andrea Bargnani 2005: Andrew Bogut 2004: Dwight Howard 2003: LeBron James 2002: Yao Ming 2001: Kwame Brown 2000: Kenyon Martin To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:27:37
July 29, 2020
The Best Player in each NBA Draft of the 2010s
Jason and Michael take a look back and discuss the best player of each draft in the 2010s. This includes also evaluating how they were perceived as prospects.
01:26:28
July 22, 2020
Ranking the Projected Careers of NBA Number One Overall Picks of the 2010s
Jason and Michael Visenberg Rank the projected career rankings of the Number one picks of the 2010s. The decade had 3 Kentucky players, 3 Cleveland Number ones and so much more. Have thoughts on the rankings, let us know in the comments! Don't forget to like and subscribe!!! To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:34:53
July 15, 2020
Episode 9: 10 Best 6th Man Award Winners
Jason and Michael Visenberg rank the 10 6th man award winners in the History of the NBA. To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:12:37
July 8, 2020
Episode 8: 10 Best Players to Never Win a Championship
For many great NBA players their careers end in many personal accolades but not the illustrious championship. On this episode we rank the 10 best players to never win an NBA championship, To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:16:54
July 1, 2020
Episode 7: 10 Worst NBA MVP Winners
In this episode the brothers debate over the 10 Worst NBA MVP winners.
01:18:29
June 24, 2020
Episode 6: 10 Defining Moments in Portland Trailblazers History
Jason and Michael Visenberg rank the 10 Defining Moments in the History of the Portland Trailblazers. Highs and lows the Blazers have them all. Relive the memories! To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:16:31
June 17, 2020
Episode 5: Top Ten Best Canadians in the NBA Today
Viseland Episode 5 discusses the top 10 Best Canadian Platers today. To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:19:11
June 10, 2020
Ten Best Players to Never Make an All-Star Team
Viseland Episode 4 discusses the top 10 Best Players to Never Make an All-Star Team. To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
52:33
June 3, 2020
Episode 3: Western Conference All-Time Starters
Episode 3: Western Conference All-Time Starters by Viseland
01:02:43
May 27, 2020
Episode 2: Eastern Conference All-Time Starters
Viseland Episode 2 discusses the All-Time Starting 5 for the NBA Eastern Conference To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
51:40
May 16, 2020
Episode 1: The Worst of the Best: Top 10 Worst NBA All Stars
Viseland Episode 1 discusses the top 10 worst NBA All Stars. To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram
01:01:30
May 12, 2020